2019 MRS Fall Meeting & Exhibit

Call for Papers

Symposium EL03—Multiferroics and Magnetoelectrics

Single phase or composite multiferroics show two or more ferroic (ferroelectric, ferro/anti-ferro magnetism, ferroelasticity …) orderings; while single phase or composite magnetoelectrics are the group of materials that exhibit strong coupling between ferroelectric and magnetic order. There has been significant progress in demonstrating variety of multiferroic and magnetoelectric materials and devices that exhibit strong magnetoelectric coupling. More recently, new mechanisms are being explored for achieving larger magnetoelectric coupling in thin film heterostructures and nanoscale geometries. This symposium will focus on recent developments in the physics, materials science and applications of multiferroic and magnetoelectric single phase and composite materials and devices. Abstracts are solicited on new multiferroic and magnetoelectric materials exhibiting strong magnetoelectric coupling, synthesis of single crystal and textured complex oxide composites, nanoscale single domain multiferroic geometries, layered multiferroic and magnetoelectric heterostructures, characterization techniques, and device applications including sensors, antennas, memory devices, transducers, dual phase energy harvesting, tunable electronics and high frequency signal processing.

Topics will include:

  • Discovery of new multiferroics
  • Magnetoelectric magnetic field sensors and antennas
  • Multiferroic and magnetoelectric memory devices
  • Voltage tunable multiferroic and magnetoelectric devices
  • Integration of multiferroics and magnetoelectrics with semiconductors
  • Voltage control of magnetization, exchange bias, etc.
  • Single crystal and textured multiferroic magnetoelectric composites
  • Compositional and structural tuning of magnetoelectric coupling
  • Dual phase energy harvesting using magnetoelectric composites
  • Magnetoelectric characterization techniques
  • A tutorial complementing this symposium is tentatively planned.

Invited Speakers:

  • C. Binek (University of Nebraska-Lincoln, USA)
  • G. Carman (University of California, Los Angeles, USA)
  • L.Q. Chen (Penn State University, USA)
  • S.W. Cheong (Rutgers University, USA)
  • S. Dong (Southeast University, China)
  • C.B. Eom (University Wisconsin Madison, USA)
  • F. Faupel (University of Kiel, Germany)
  • M. Fiebig (ETH Zurich, Switzerland)
  • P. Finkel (Naval Research Laboratory, USA)
  • M. Gregg (Queen's University Belfast, United Kingdom)
  • G. Hu (International Business Machines, USA)
  • R. James (University of Minnesota, USA)
  • Q.X. Jia (University at Buffalo, USA)
  • M. Liu (Xi'an Jiaotong University, China)
  • S. Manipatruni (Intel, USA)
  • L. Martin (University of California, Berkeley, USA)
  • J. McCord (University of Kiel, Germany)
  • D. Meyners (University of Kiel, Germany)
  • C.W. Nan (Tsinghua University, China)
  • T. Nan (Cornell University, USA)
  • X.Q. Pan (University of California, Irvine, USA)
  • R. Ramesh (University of California, Berkeley, USA)
  • C.A. Ross (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA)
  • S. Salahuddin (University of California, Berkeley, USA)
  • D.G. Schlom (Cornell University, USA)
  • N. Spaldin (ETH Zurich, Switzerland)
  • G. Srinivasan (Oakland University, USA)
  • S. Tolbert (University of California, Los Angeles, USA)
  • E. Tsymbal (University of Nebraska-Lincoln, USA)
  • D. Viehland (Virginia Polytechnic Institute, USA)
  • K.L. Wang (University of California, Los Angeles, USA)
  • P. Yu (Tsinghua University, China)
  • J.X. Zhang (Beijing Normal University, China)
  • Y. Zhu (Brookhaven National Laboratory, USA)

Symposium Organizers

Nian Sun
Northeastern University
USA

Jane Chang
University of California Los Angeles
USA
310-206-7980, jpchang@ucla.edu

Shashank Priya
Penn State University
USA
814-863-9657, sup103@psu.edu

Eckhard Quandt
University of Kiel
Germany
+49-431-880-6200, eq@tf.uni-kiel.de